A new survey from Kaspersky Lab shows some concerning trends when it comes to securing and protecting business data on mobile devices.
A new survey from Kaspersky Lab finds most consumers believe banks, online retailers, and payment systems are responsible for safeguarding their financial data.
A new survey indicates that more than a quarter of U.S. consumers are more afraid of being mugged for their mobile device than they were a year ago.
Apple has an edge in a couple of areas, but there are still ways into its walled garden, Marble Security said.
Attackers are planting fake antimalware apps in popular mobile app stores, but they're not hard to spot if you know what to look for.
With servers in 38 locations around the globe, VyprVPN lets you secure your communications and pretend to be from just about anywhere.
Phishers typically use spam email to try and lure victims, but Kaspersky says the new trend is exploiting users' love of gadgets.
F-Secure's Freedome rolls anti-malware technology and a VPN service into one for both iOS and Android.
Targeted attacks and data breaches were the year's most popular methods according to a new report from Panda Security.
A software program shipped with some Samsung mobile devices allows access to the file system through the modem, the developers said.